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The craft of research

The craft of research (50회 대출)

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Booth,Wayne C. Colomb,Gregory G. Williams,Joseph M.
서명 / 저자사항
The craft of research/ Wayne C. Booth.
발행사항
Chicago:   The University of Chicago Press,   1995.  
형태사항
294p.; 22cm.
ISBN
0226065839 (cloth : alk. paper) 0226065847 (paper : alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index(pp.289-294).
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CONTENTS
Preface = ix
Ⅰ RESEARCH, RESEARCHERS, AND READERS = 1
 Prologue : Starting a Research Project = 1
 1 Thinking in Print : The Uses of Research, Public and private = 6
  1.1 Why Do Research = 6
  1.2 Why Write It Up? = 8
  1.3 Why Turn It into a Formal Paper? = 9
 2 Connecting with Your Reader : (Re) Creating Your Self and Your Audience = 12
  2.1 Conversations among Researchers = 12
  2.2 Writers, Readers, and Their Social Roles = 13
  2.3 Readers and Their Common Problems = 19
  2.4 Writers and Their Common Problems = 23
  QUICK TIP : A Checklist for Understanding Your Readers = 26
Ⅱ ASKING QUESTIONS, FINDING ANSWERS = 29
 Prologue : Planning Your Project = 29
 QUICK TIP : Writing in Groups = 31
 3 From Topics to Questions = 35
  3.1 Interests, Topics, Questions, and Problems = 35
  3.2 From an Interest to a Topic = 36
  3.3 From a Broad Topic to a Narrow One = 37
  3.4 From a Narrowed Topic to Questions = 39
  3.5 From a Question to Its Significance = 42
  QUICK TIP : Finding Topics = 46
 4 From Questions to Problems = 48
  4.1 Problems, Problems, Problems = 48
  4.2 The Common Structure of Problems = 52
  4.3 Finding a Research Problem = 59
  4.4 The Problem of the Problem = 62
 5 From Questions to Sources = 64
  5.1 Finding Information in Libraries = 65
  5.2 Gathering Information from People = 68
  5.3 Bibliographical Trails = 71
  5.4 What You Find = 71
 6 Using Sources = 73
  6.1 Using Secondary Sources = 73
  6.2 Read Critically = 74
  6.3 Take Full Notes = 75
  6.4 Get Help = 80
  QUICK TIP : Speedy Reading = 82
Ⅲ MAKING A CLAIM AND SUPPORTING IT = 85
 Prologue : Arguments, Drafting, and Conversations = 85
 7 Making Good Arguments : An Overview = 88
  7.1 Conversations and Arguments = 88
  7.2 Claims and Evidence = 89
  7.3 Warrants = 90
  7.4 Qualifications = 92
 8 Claims and Evidence = 94
  8.1 Making Strong Claims = 94
  8.2 Using Plausible Claims to Guide Your Research = 96
  8.3 Offering Reliable Evidence = 97
  8.4 Using Evidence to Develop and Organize Your Paper = 104
  QUICK TIP :  A Taxonomy of Contradictions = 107
 9 Warrants = 111
  9.1 warrants : The Basis of Our Belief and Reasoning = 111
  9.2 What Does a Warrant Look Like? = 113
  9.3 The Quality of Warrants = 115
  QUICK TIP : Challenging Warrants = 127
 10 Qualifications = 132
  10.1 A Review = 132
  10.2 Qualifying Your Argument = 134
  10.3 Building a Complete Argument = 142
  10.4 Argument as a Guide to Research and Reading = 143
  10.5 A Few Words about Strong Feelings = 144
  QUICK TIP : Arguments-Two Common Pitfalls = 146
Ⅳ PREPARING TO DRAFT, DRAFTING, AND REVISING = 149
 Prologue : Planning Again = 149
 QUICK TIP : Outlining = 152
 11 Pre-Drafting and Drafting = 155
  11.1 Preliminaries to Drafting = 155
  11.2 Planning Your Organization : Four Traps = 157
  11.3 A Plan for Drafting = 160
  11.4 Creating a Revisable Draft = 165
  11.5 The Pitfall to Avoid at All Costs = 166
  11.6 The Last Steps = 170
  QUICK TIP : Using Quotation and Paraphrase = 172
 12 Communicating Evidence Visually = 175
  12.1 Visual or Verbal? = 175
  12.2 Some General Principles of Construction = 178
  12.3 Tables = 179
  12.4 Charts = 182
  12.5 Graphs = 187
  12.6 Controlling the Rhetorical Impact of a Visual = 189
  12.7 Visual Communication and Ethics = 192
  12.8 Connecting Words and Pictures = 194
  12.9 Scientific Visualization = 194
  12.10 Illustrations = 195
  12.11 Making the Logic of Your Organization Visible = 196
  12.12 Using Visual Forms as an Aid to Thinking = 197
  QUICK TIP : A Consumer's Guide to Visiting a Writing Tutor = 199
 13 Revising Your Organization and Argument = 201
  13.1 Thinking Like a Reader = 201
  13.2 Analyzing and Revising Your Organization = 202
  13.3 Revising Your Argument = 209
  13.4 The Last Step = 211
  QUICK TIP : Titles and Abstracts = 212
 14 Revising Style : Telling Your Story Clearly = 215
  14.1 Judging Style = 215
  14.2 A First Principle : Stories and Grammar = 217
  14.3 A Second Principle : Old before New = 225
  14.4 Choosing between Active and Passive = 227
  14.5 A Last Principle : Complexity Last = 228
  14.6 Spit and Polish = 231
  QUICK TIP : The Quickest Revision = 232
 15 Introductions = 234
  15.1 The Three Elements of an Introduction = 234
  15.2 State the Problem = 237
  15.3 Create a Common Ground of Shared Understanding = 242
  15.4 Unsettle the Common Ground with Your Statement of the Problem = 242
  15.5 State Your Response = 245
  15.6 Fast or Slow? = 248
  15.7 The Whole Introduction = 248
  QUICK TIP : First and Last Words = 250
Ⅴ SOME LAST CONSIDERATIONS = 255
 Research and Ethics = 255
 A Postscript for Teachers = 259
 A Bibliographical Essay = 265
 An Appendix on Finding Sources = 271
Index = 289


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